Four-Course Dinner - $45 Per Person (September 8th & September 9th)

The Husum Riverside B&B and Chef Kathy Watson are collaborating to bring a series of four-course farm-to-table dinners to the Columbia Gorge. The theme for September is “Growing up on Grandma Rose’s Farm” a tribute to Kathy’s memories of her Grandma’s amazing farm-fresh cooking and pioneer spirit. Chef Kathy will delight and surprise you with the best and freshest foods the area has to offer. Dinner will be served outside on the covered patio at the Husum Riverside Bed and Breakfast.

The cost for the dinner is $45 per person (WA sales tax will be added when you reserve tickets, and gratuity during dinner would be much appreciated). We will have a wine-pairing option with local AniChe Cellars wine for each course, and wines by the glass available. If you have questions about the dinner, making reservations, or have any special dietary needs, please call 509-281-1181.

Space is limited. Reserve today!

DATE: September 8th & September 9th ~ TIME: 6:00pm ~ LOCATION: Husum Riverside B&B, 866 Hwy 141, Husum, WA

Learn More About Chef Kathy...

Chef Kathy Watson has been delighting palates and intriguing food-obsessed Gorge visitors since 2005 as chef and owner of Viento, in Bingen, WA and then Nora’s Table, in Hood River, OR. The restaurants were known for menus that changed daily, driven by what came in from farmers, fishers, and ranchers.

In early 2015, she decided it was time to channel her love of food and the Gorge in new directions. She and her husband Stu sold Nora’s Table. She helped launch, and chairs the board, at Fresh Start Culinary Arts Program, a non-profit that trains unemployed youths and adults for entry level jobs in Gorge restaurants. She is currently working on a memoir, “No Bun for Corky: My Life as a Small-Town Chef”, is writing about food for several magazines, and serves on the Gorge Grown Food Network board.

But when she can, she finds her way into a kitchen somewhere to cook what is exciting and inspiring to her from Oregon and Washington farms, shores, fields, and forests. Chef Watson is particularly interested in how cuisines collide through the course of human history. She brings a deep knowledge of cuisines at their roots, seen and tasted through the lens of local, sustainable food.

Want to try Chef Kathy’s amazing food for yourself? Call 509-281-1181 or reserve online to join us for our Friday, September 8th or Saturday, September 9th dinner: “Growing up on Grandma Rose’s Farm”.


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